Watch This: ‘Halo 4’ Trailer Produced By David Fincher
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The first live-action trailer for the Halo franchise was such a success with audiences, the people over at Bungie thought they would do it all over again for the highly anticipated Halo 4. But the gaming studio didn’t just get anyone to help out with the trailer, they got David Fincher to help produce the Tim Miller-directed trailer. For those not familiar with Miller’s name, he is a visual effects artist whose work can be seen in the opening credits of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Check out the new live-action trailer for Halo 4 here below.

The trailer features Master Chief in some sort of interrogation room. During the painful process, we see glimpses of Master Chief’s life from a first person point of view. We also get a glimpse of the new enemy who has been described as an “ancient evil.” The visual effects in the trailer are pretty spectacular and should serve as some sort of footing if anyone should decide to revisit turning this game into a movie.

Gamers can unleash their itchy trigger fingers when Halo 4 hits game stores on November 6th.


[Source: Xbox]

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  1. Just so you know Bungie has absolutely no involvement in Halo 4 or the Halo franchise in general ever since they gave up the reins to 343 industries.

    Comment by Austin — October 20, 2012 @ 4:08 am

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